Sport Quarterly

Nova Scotia's top athlete's honoured at the 2018 Support4Sport Awards

Halifax (Saturday, May 26) - Over 400 members of the Nova Scotia sport community congregated at the Halifax convention Centre tonight as Sport Nova Scotia revealed the winners of the 2018 Support4Sport Awards. The prominent annual event honoured the achievements of over 150 athletes, coaches, officials, sponsors, and volunteers from 37 different sports. READ MORE

And the finalists are . . .

Sport Nova Scotia announces Support4Sport Awards Finalists

Halifax, NS (May 22, 2018) – The best in sport will be recognized this Saturday, May 26 as Sport Nova Scotia hosts the 2018 Support4Sport Awards. Among them are world champions, elite officials, Olympic coaches and game-changing volunteers. 

 “We have an impressive list of contenders this year,” said Jamie Ferguson, CEO of Sport Nova Scotia. “From an NBA hopeful and the most decorated gymnast in Canada to an underdog badminton player, a snowboard cross titleholder and a couple of new Olympians, we’re guaranteed to have an exciting evening.”

 The Support4Sport Awards recognize the achievements of Nova Scotia’s greatest athletes, teams, coaches, officials, and volunteers in amateur sport over the past year. READ MORE


March Cleve’s Source for Sports

Athlete of the Month winners announced

HALIFAX, NS (April 18th, 2018) Trysten Deveau, of Church Point has been named the Cleve’s Source for Sports Female Individual Athlete of the Month. The twenty year-old karate athlete recently competed at the 2018 Canadian National Karate Championships in Halifax where she won gold in the senior kumite 55kg division and the U21 kumite 55kg division. Deveau trains out of Bushino Ki Karate in Church Point.  READ MORE

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